iPad HDD upgrade

Discussion in 'iPad' started by Semdk, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. Semdk macrumors member

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    What i was wondering...
    As we all know Apple should update the HDD in the iPhone and iPod Touch this summer. Back in December Toshiba launched the 64GB chip (which propperly is used in the iPad) and who knows if Toshiba launches a 128Gb by Sept 2010 at the let's rock?
    So my point is, if Apple launches a 128GB (or 256GB) iPod Touch, wouldn't that make the iPad, with it's maximum capacity of 64GB, completely silly and outdated?
     
  2. hualon macrumors 6502

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    Well I did notice how my 16GB iPhone 3G stopped working completely the day they announced the 32GB version... ;)
     
  3. GadgetX macrumors regular

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    I don't see Apple ever allowing the maximum capacity of the iPod Touch to be larger than the maximum capacity of the iPad, but who knows when it comes to Apple. Even if Apple did do this, it would not make my iPad any less useful to me. Oh and the iPod Touch and iPad use SSDs not HDDs
     

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